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Dialogmuseum, Frankfurt

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Blind guides lead you through six different settings in absolute darkness at Dialogmuseum, where scents, sounds, wind, temperature, and texture alone create a fascinating experience. The project is meant to reveal the challenges and experiences faced by blind people every day. At the Taste of Darkness restaurant, you will need to rely on your taste and scent alone to distinguish which dish you are trying. In the Casino for Communication, improvisation, creativity, and teamwork are required to solve games without the use of sight. Based on the popular Dialogue in the Dark exhibit in Hamburg, this experience is sure to challenge the way you think--and see. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Dialogmuseum and many more Frankfurt attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Frankfurt trip builder.
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  • I think the Museum must visit. The Museum aims to make people kinder and more humane. It is intended to show healthy people the world of people with disabilities, in particular the visually impaired. That is the time you can be on site blind and feel like this is not easy. Yes, say that instead of lost feelings open others, need to rely more on the rumor touch. the sense of smell. This museum is worth thinking about that blind people are not just people with disabilities. they can be very talented, and just good people, but they still live harder than healthy, and they need help. Let the world become less rancor and hate the idea of the creators of the Museum is very good.
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  • Makes it clear how much it relies on but the look and how much to rely in the normal case it one in impressive manner. Just as impressive as yet at once in the foreground contact other senses, if you no longer can rely on our seemingly most important sense. Should everybody have experienced then, you can see the world with different eyes!
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  • It was a beautiful experience, teamwork activities and helps you to see things in a different way. The problem was to find someone who speaks Spanish, but in English we could do enough. I felt at ease.
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  • I loved the experience! I especially liked that the blinding is not done with folds, but with complete darkness. Being more or less helpless for 90 minutes with a blind person as a guide was well worth the price. Book a slot beforehand, though. The only minus I'd give this place is that it was quite crowded and cramped during the tour. We were an 8-people group, and I suppose that's about the average size there.
  • Great experience. Recommend it to everyone. A bit pricey but definitely worth it.
  • Loved the experience. Remember to book the blind experience beforehand, it was worth it.
  • went there but they told us we had to have a reservation through phone or a website cuz they were fully booked for the whole day. prices: family ticket (child under 14) 38 euro. 1 person 16 euro
  • Dialogue in the Dark was an interesting and worthwhile experience. We were led round 6 different pitch black rooms, each with their own theme, eg a walk through town, boat ride, ordering at the bar.. All were done expertly to give you an experience and insight to how the blind cope with different situations
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